Weber State University Storytelling Festival

We are so excited to announce the upcoming 21st Annual Weber State University Storytelling Festival with performances by nationally acclaimed storytellers Antonio Sacre, Kim Weitkamp, Bil Lepp, Sam Payne, and Lori & Omar Hansen along with associate and regional storytellers Clive Romney, Karl Behling and Steffani Raff.  Join us as we also celebrate in the storytelling by dozens of youth storytellers from local school districts in our three day festival event Feb 27, 28 and March 1.

Please also check out the events that precede the festival this fall and "Let's Story Together!"

Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, all Storytelling Festival events are FREE of CHARGE except the Storytelling Festival Banquet on Tuesday evening. For banquet tickets, please contact Jackie Shafer (jackieshafer@weber.edu) at 801-626-7515.

Visit their website for more information and a full schedule of events  http://community.weber.edu/storytelling/

Early Bird Stories (9:30–10:20 a.m.)
Peery's Egyptian Theater (grade 4 and up): Ogden Youth, Ogden Youth, Jan C Smith, Bil Lepp
Ballroom 1.2.3 (grades K–3): Ogden Youth, Ogden Youth, Suzanne Decaria, Omar & Lori Hansen
Ballroom BC (grades 2–5): Ogden Youth, Ogden Youth, Karl Behling, Antonio Sacre (Spanish Session)
Ballroom DE (grades 2–5): Ogden Youth, Ogden Youth, Joan Effiong, Kim Weitkamp

Morning Magic (10:30–11:20 a.m.)
Peery's Egyptian Theater (grade 4 and up): Ogden Youth, Ogden Youth, Lynn Wing, Omar & Lori Hansen
Ballroom 1.2.3 (grades K–3): Ogden Youth, Ogden Youth, Tamra Pratt, Clive Romney
Ballroom BC (grades 2–5): Ogden Youth, Ogden Youth, Joan Effiong, Kim Weitkamp
Ballroom DE (grades 2–5): Ogden Youth, Ogden Youth, Cherie Davis, Bil Lepp

Tales for Toddlers (10:30–11:20 a.m.)
Ogden Eccles Conference Center, Room 101: Anna West, Stephanie Szanter

Tales to Remember (11:30–12:20 p.m.)
Peery's Egyptian Theater (all ages): Ogden Youth, Ogden Youth, Clive Romney, Antonio Sacre

Tue, 02/28/2017 - 9:30am - 12:30pm

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